About TIP Global Health
TIP Global Health is a leading authority in the influence of hopefulness in health care. Through the Hope Initiative, TIP Global Health is establishing a robust evidence base that demonstrates the critical importance of designing local health systems that foster hopefulness among both frontline health workers and the community members they serve.
About Boma Global
Boma is a global education company focused on developing leaders committed to creating a more sustainable, ethical and intentional future for us all. We bring cross-disciplinary and intersectional community members together to question, learn, problem solve, and take action.
Want to learn more about TIP's findings on the impact of hope in healthcare? Read this recent article about the research undertaken in Rwanda and Detroit and the cross-continental learnings shared. Please be sure to browse TIP's Resource Hub for more research, articles, and videos on the topics such as hope in healthcare, primary care delivery, and digital health tools.
TIP Global Health, with the support of Boma Global, hosted Hope in Healthcare - a mini virtual summit on October 6 to elevate research on hopefulness and highlight other expertise in promoting responsive and resilient health care systems. Experts shared their perspectives on the role of hopefulness in addressing health disparities, social and structural determinants of health behind health inequities, and burnout among frontline healthcare workers who provide care to underserved communities.
Experts shared their perspectives on the role of hopefulness in addressing health disparities, social and structural determinants of health behind health inequities, and burnout among frontline healthcare workers who provide care to underserved communities.
TIP and Boma Global thank the event's esteemed speakers: Linda Villarosa, Dr. Ijeoma Opara, Angele Bienvenue Ishimwe, Dr. Elizabeth Wala, Linda Goler Blount, Derrick Muneene, and Kathryn Goetzke for taking the time to share their expertise with all of us.
"We need to change our language and health systems in order to encourage hope." - Linda Goler Blount, President and CEO, Black Women's Health Imperative
Our aim is to facilitate a growing network of thought leaders who advocate for the integration of hopefulness concepts into the design of resilient health systems as the world recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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